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  1. what can i say? i just had to. the moment i saw this car, i was transported to the botanical gardens in hindi movies where i was hiding behind one tree and the datto was hiding behind the other and we were running into each others arms in a field of flowers, with kuch kuch hota hai playing int he background. apart frmo Givantha's i highly doubt there another 510 out there as pristine as this. everything is in there, in working order, AND looking like it rolled out of the factory yesterday. completely amazed at its condition, for a 45 year old car... for now, i'm just gonna run it. can't hav
  2. The first ever production Land Rover was unveiled after its restoration in Hampton Concours of Elegance over this weekend. Yours truly was lucky enough to feast his eyes over it. Here's an excerpt of its history: JUE 477 was originally intended for His Majesty King George VI but following its unveilng it was dispatched into the Rover Company factory on 19 July 1948, and later found its way to a Northumberland farmer, who used it for many years before abandoning it on the farm's remote moorland, where it spent decades exposed to the wild weather. It was later moved to a leaky, tumble
  3. Dear All Pls let me know if there are any CORTINAs or CAPRIs for sale (any leads would be much appreciated as well).. Already restored or reasonable running condition is fine Thanks
  4. Does anybody know and can recommend a good mechanic who can troubleshoot an old VW? Thanks in advance!
  5. Dear Friends, There was a very old topic which already discussed about modiying a 1978 Lancer A72. Since thats too old, I want to get some information according to the current situation. Lancer lovers, owners, enthusiasts, please be kind enough to write down all usefull information & advise on below areas. The versions, model numbers and unique features to identify original lancer flat light / tube light models ? How reliable are these today, specially to be used as a daily runner & for frequent long drives ? Maintenance & availability of parts (Body parts / mechanical parts) ? H
  6. I've been hearing about this old Holden gathering dust at a cousin's grandmothers house for years. But I never got to see it cos the shed was guarded by vicious-ish dogs and I rather like my bits and pieces the way they are. Anyway my curiosity got the best of me so I went with my cousin to chase the dogs and check it out. and there it was. My cousin was looking for something special to get about in. And we both decided this is the perfect car for the job, if we fix it that is. a bit of background on the car, Holdens were always somewhat scaled down copies of their contemporary yank tanks.
  7. My dad is restoring his old Morris Oxford VI saloon (6 sri) which he received as a gift from his dad... Restoring to use it as a wedding car some day We had to hunt around to get some parts but there are still a few key pieces missing; 1/ The rear lights - do not have originals. prefer if i can get them with the nickle covers. 2/ The rear buffer 3/ The clock inside. Posting a few links of similar cars on the net i found...cudnt get picts of ours tho http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQqJuDojCnm4EPQwMCqiY9oCAeNqGi-cS5sVA828duwpi_efGOs http://slatford.co.uk/Pictures%20of%20Cars/M
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